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Silver Paperbark

Melalueca argentea


Tall tree to 20m high, the bark was used by Aboriginal people for variety of purposes including roofing material, to carry and store food, as well as flavouring meat. An important source of nectar for birds and flying foxes. Member of the Myrtaceae family.


Alongside a freshwater river.

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Northern Territory, Australia

Spotted on Sep 1, 2015
Submitted on Oct 3, 2015

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